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Open City features today's best new fiction, poetry, and artwork — by both emerging and established talents. Past issues have featured Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunningham, acclaimed anthropologist Michael Taussig, and Irvine Welsh's debut U.S. publication. Deborah Garrison, Joyce Johnson, Mary Gaitskill, David Foster Wallace, Terry Southern, and Rick Moody have also graced Open City's pages. Known for launching the careers of a dynamic range of new writers, Open City presents a fascinating portrait of a literary generation in the making. Open City #16 includes stories by Alicia Erian, Ryan Kenealy, Michiko Okubo, and Nico Baumbach, art by Louise Belcourt, Roe Ethridge, and Amy Hill, and poetry by David Berman. "Open City showcases the literature of tomorrow today." — Los Angeles Times "Intelligent and accessible ... a hip, urban aesthetic." — Poets and Writers "Open City takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes." — Library Journal "Ambitiously highbrow." — The New York Times "An athletic balance of hipster glamour and highbrow esoterica." — The Village Voice

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Open City features today's best new fiction, poetry, and artwork — by both emerging and established talents. Past issues have featured Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunningham, acclaimed anthropologist Michael Taussig, and Irvine Welsh's debut U.S. publication. Deborah Garrison, Joyce Johnson, Mary Gaitskill, David Foster Wallace, Terry Southern, and Rick Moody have also graced Open City's pages. Known for launching the careers of a dynamic range of new writers, Open City presents a fascinating portrait of a literary generation in the making. Open City #16 includes stories by Alicia Erian, Ryan Kenealy, Michiko Okubo, and Nico Baumbach, art by Louise Belcourt, Roe Ethridge, and Amy Hill, and poetry by David Berman. "Open City showcases the literature of tomorrow today." — Los Angeles Times "Intelligent and accessible ... a hip, urban aesthetic." — Poets and Writers "Open City takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes." — Library Journal "Ambitiously highbrow." — The New York Times "An athletic balance of hipster glamour and highbrow esoterica." — The Village Voice

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ISBN:
9781890447304
Manufactured:
Open City Books
Publisher:
Open City Books
Manufactured:
Open City Books
Author:
Open City Magazine
Subject:
General
Subject:
Anthologies (multiple authors)
Subject:
Poetry-A to Z
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Open City
Series Volume:
16
Publication Date:
20021231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
256
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 15 lb

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Open City features today's best new fiction, poetry, and artwork — by both emerging and established talents. Past issues have featured Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Cunningham, acclaimed anthropologist Michael Taussig, and Irvine Welsh's debut U.S. publication. Deborah Garrison, Joyce Johnson, Mary Gaitskill, David Foster Wallace, Terry Southern, and Rick Moody have also graced Open City's pages. Known for launching the careers of a dynamic range of new writers, Open City presents a fascinating portrait of a literary generation in the making. Open City #16 includes stories by Alicia Erian, Ryan Kenealy, Michiko Okubo, and Nico Baumbach, art by Louise Belcourt, Roe Ethridge, and Amy Hill, and poetry by David Berman. "Open City showcases the literature of tomorrow today." — Los Angeles Times "Intelligent and accessible ... a hip, urban aesthetic." — Poets and Writers "Open City takes the old literary magazine format and revitalizes it for a new generation's tastes." — Library Journal "Ambitiously highbrow." — The New York Times "An athletic balance of hipster glamour and highbrow esoterica." — The Village Voice
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